Took Methylprednisolone After Breakfast

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monica Says:
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I took my 1st 2 pills of Methylprednisolone but it needed to be taken before breakfast & I took it a few minutes after breakfast. Will that affect the drug? Is it ok? Will the meds still work? Thank you.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Monica! How are you?

Yes, it really won't make a difference, so there's nothing to worry about. They have you split them up to try to help minimize the side effects, but you could actually take them all at once each day, if you so chose.

The FDA lists nausea as being a common side effect, so actually taking it after you eat can help minimize that. Other typical side effects may include dizziness, headache, nervousness and insomnia.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Exactly how long do these side effects last?
I feel like I'm going to go a bit crazy, I'm nervous and anxious. i want to just cry and I'm emotional like never before. I am depressed and can't sleep. My ears are ringing and my head is killing me.
I feel like I'm hot and burning and itchy all over in my skin. I pretty much just feel like I'm going to implode.

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